Friday, June 9, 2017


"To assure himself that New York is beautiful, the pedestrian must crane his neck in crowded streets, and perhaps doubt still remains. From the highest windows, New York can be seen at her most magical when, as James Pope-Hennessy has said, the lighted skyscrapers at night are like sticks of Elizabethan jewellery."
Cecil Beaton, Portrait of New York

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